My top pick for day 4 group writing project

Contest is over no more submission accepted, according to darren, 297 entries for today.

Here’s my favourite list (in random order) :

  1. Top 5 Ways Humanity Will Use Blogging to Evolve Our Species, sharing knowledge!
  2. I Fly Free & Get Paid To Have Sex, nice title icon smile My top pick for day 4 group writing project
  3. 5 Easy Daily Habits To Put Your Weight Loss On Autopilot, I like autopilot term icon smile My top pick for day 4 group writing project
  4. The Top 5 List of Top 5 Lists on Blogging
  5. 5 reasons to use Ubuntu and not Windows
  6. Top 5 Linux distributions
  7. Top 5 Reasons Why I Love Being Plus Size, icon smile My top pick for day 4 group writing project
  8. More Money: 5 Ways to Earn Extra Cash in Your Spare Time
  9. Top 5 Reasons PHP Developers Love Rails
  10. Time Is Money: My TOP 5 Time-Saving Pro Blogging Tips
  11. Five Easy Ways to Grow Your StumbleUpon Network, can’t believe it, i think about john chow  entry too icon smile My top pick for day 4 group writing project
  12. Top 5 Things To Do in Istanbul, good plan

no more? sorry guys icon smile My top pick for day 4 group writing project

thanks for providing great post, keep writing icon wink My top pick for day 4 group writing project

3 Comments

  1. Hi Alamster,
    I just wanted to say thank you for putting Blogspoke’s post ‘Top 5 Ways Humanity Will Use Blogging to Evolve Our Species’ as one of your ‘My top picks for day 4 group writing project’

    In my post you stated, ‘niche topic from expert, make internet as school of universe :-)

    Yes, if everyone who was an expert in a certain niche subject, topic, or field wrote a blog about their thoughts, opinions, known facts, and beliefs-I think the Internet, and especially the Blogosphere, could indeed become a ‘School of the Universe’. That’s a beautiful way of wording it. Wouldn’t this pool of collective knowledge have some massive impacts on our society and the way it interacts with the world and each other?

    There will always be people who want to write false claims, or agitate others, but I think the masses of ‘experts’ (or at least knowledgable people) who have altruistic aims will use this medium to help create positive growth for our entire species.

    It looks like with your ‘Daily Ramblings around Unix, Linux, Windows ,PHP, and Chemical Engineering’ blog, obviously your area of interest lies deep in the ‘belly’ of computer technology. This is one area where I am desperately unknowledgeable. How about some posts for novices/newbies like myself?

  2. @Mert

    it’s my pleasure :-)

    @Jesse

    thanks for your back visit and drop me many line :-)

    totally agree,

    from technorati , ’71 million blogs some of them have to be good’.

    for ‘post for novices/newbies like myself’, count me in Jesse :-)

    lets learn together :-)

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